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Our dear Maria and islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs and you ain't no Hijazi Arab

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 28, 2008 at 08:17

Our dear Maria Khan wrote

>"So our dear maria"
>"Then you are a wannabe arab"
Secondly, I am not a wannabe Arab... don't be so daft. where did you get that from :S do you just make things up? I'm proud of my background don't insult me.

Daft? really? And if you tell someone in my hood that he is daft you will be in big trouble our dear Maria Khan

>"it says in Arabic a language that you cannot read because you ain't no Arab"
To speak Arabic... YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE AN ARAB. To be an Arab...YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEAK ARABIC.. you've just got to be born in an Arab country and you're an Arab. So if a baby born in an Arab country but was raised in a non-arabic country (i.e. England) and spoke english but couldnt speak arabic... would that make him/her a non Arab? NOPE!

We are talking about you our dear Maria Khan period. You are a wannabe Arab

>"so are you able to read and understand arabic? Let me guess: no."
Yes I can read Arabic but no I can't understand all of it. I'm still learning.

Well I can read Italian and German and yes I can read Persian and even Urdu with their Arabic alphabet it does not mean that I can write or speak any of these language. Get over it. So you see your point here is bogus

>"Are you aware that the Qur'an says that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs? and for this see Q14:4"
You can understand Arabic and also translate it into English really well. This is a useful skill to have. But you ain't no Muslim so I don't follow to how you EXPLAIN the Quran because you're explanations are wrong.

Well let me see:

wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmuhu

Even Suyuti seems to agree (see Itiqan) with my reading of such aya and you ain't Suyuti our dear maria Khan

>After reading several translations from Arab scholars (because Arabic is a language which I cannot fully understand and they can)

And do you know why now? because you are a wannabe Arab

> I would EXPLAIN (not translate) Q14:4 like this; Allah sent every messenger to a nation.

And you do not dare translate because you do not know any Arabic! but wait where does it say in the aya: Allah ba3atha kul rasul li umma/sha3b. It says: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bi lisani qawmuhu

>The messenger spoke the language of the people so that the people could understand the message from Allah.

Correct. And Muahmmad spoke Arabic and I'm sure that he did not speak Urdu or Hindi or what ever the language of your ancestors that were brutalized by Islam and by Arabian imperialism

So our dear Maris Khan who was the rasul that was sent to your Hindu ancestors because he ain't Muhammad. Let me guess: Rama or is it ganesh?

>An example would be; Mohammed pbuh (spoke arabic), Jesus (spoke Aramaic?) please correct me if I'm wrong about Jesus.

I' m not really interested in knowing if Jesus spoke Syriac or Urdu for this matter. And why are you changing the subject our dear Maria al-salyasoofa al-kabeera?

>Now IF Mohammed pbuh spoke english how would the arabic people of that time be able to understand the message of Allah? Hope you Muslims especially understand my point here :-)

What point? That Muhammad did not speak English? He spoke Arabic only a language that you cannot read write or speak

Your claim is bogus and do you know why? becuase you will not find any where in the Bible any thing that says that God sends prophets that can only speak the language of thie rpeople or that Jesus was sent only to those that spoke Syriac but the Qur'an says: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmuhu

>However dhimmi no more, you will still insist that it Islam is religion of Hijazi Arabs and how can other nations follow Islam? .....

The answer here is the concept of al-wali wa al-mawali but I do not translate Arabic to wannabe arabs like you so this is your home work for today

>check this.... Pizza is not from Africa but how comes the people of Africa still eat it?

And what does pizza have to do with what the Qur'an says? but it says in the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic becuase you ain't no Arab and you cannot read write or speak Arabic: wa ma arsalna min rauslan ila bilisani qawmuhu

It is in black and white

> iPOD is not from england so how can people from england still use it?

But it does not say in the iPod manual: wa ma arsalna al iPod ila li ahl Amrika

But it say in the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmuhu

>Shakespeare is not american so how comes americans still study his work?

And where would I find in his work: Ina kutubi maktuba li ahli Beritaniya

But you will find in the Qur'an: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bi lisani qawmuhu

So your little point here is bogus

> My message is simply that Islam spread over the world to other nations. Muslim Arabs may have settled in Egypt spreading Islam in Africa. ( as an example). Even if you insist Islam is only for Hijazi arabs, bring me a statement from the Quran (if you can) which says "No other nation i.e. English cannot follow Islam". I know you can't.

I can't what? But it say in the Qur'an: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bi lisani qawmuhu

>"Urdu? your Arabian Allah does not know any Urdu."

>I assume you looked at my surname KHAN and thought.. hmmm.. speaks urdu. I sure don't speak Urdu, you definitely got that wrong..shame on you :P.

But our dear Maria your Allah does not speak Urdu and even he makes many mistakes in his arabic as the Qur'an has its share of mistakes in Arabic garmmar and syntax

>Well I, we Muslims, believe Allah is all-knowing therefore knows everything i.e. all the languages that a man can speak.

Really? and when he speaks English does he have an American accent? and who keeps an eye on the universe when allah is speaking English? Oh and does he have an e-mail address?

Oh and by the way: Allah also spoke to me via an angel and I have a book for you. Well if you can believe Muhammad"s claim so why not my claim?

>You don't believe what we believe so you can argue your point a million times over and (us Muslims) we'll argue our point a million times back.

Islamic gobbledygook

>And finally....."Why do you live in England our dear maria?"
That's really none of your business.

Why do you live in England?

>If you really want to debate with someone, then debate with an Islamic scholar who has more knowledge than most people on this forum. Unless there is already an Islamic scholar(s) in this forum.

More Islamic gobbledygook

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